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PING G400 Irons - 9 club set


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This is a complete club set of near new PING G400 irons. The irons are in excellent condition. Upgraded Winn Dri-Tac grips. Regular ALTA CB shafts. Red dot, 1 degree flat (can be adjusted). This is a 9 iron set, not the typical 8/7/6 iron set.  $685 shipped.  PM me with any questions.   Thank you ! 
 

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